Vision Homes Association provides specialist support for adults who have not only visual impairments but additional conditions such as:
- Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Acquired Brain Injuries
- Complex Health Needs
- Challenging Behaviour
Vision Homes Association strives to provide “bespoke” services, developed around each individual’s needs, aspirations, assessments, and information from key persons in the individual’s life.
Personalisation of the service is then maintained through person-centred-planning, in a format that reflects the persons’ preferred communication methods.vision-logo-per-AIA.jpg
Vision Homes Association can support you and your family by providing specialist support on the following basis:
- Assisted / Supported Living
- Residential Support
- Sitting Service
- Community Support
Vision Homes Association supports people aged 18 plus and mixed-sex. There is no nursing care available. The bungalow itself comprises of five bedrooms, one for each of the people living at 1A, a shared lounge, a kitchen, utility room, a toilet room, a bathroom and toilet, a sleep-in /office room and a shower room. The size of the bedrooms are: 13’2” x 11’3” The lounge is: 21’6” x 13’2”
Activity planners are put together to ensure the needs of individual service users are met. The activity planners reflect a wide range of social, leisure, educational and hobbies that the person may want to pursue.
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